Islamabad, Nov 16 (ANI): Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Secretary General Liaquat Baloch has said that America is undermining the roots of Pakistan through political, strategic and economic intervention, and its presence in Afghanistan would cause devastation for this region.
Addressing a press conference, he blamed America for promoting extremism among the people in a bid to destabilise the entire region in general and Pakistan and Afghanistan in particular.
He opined that India was not ready to have good relations with Pakistan, as it was using delaying tactics to solve the core issue of Kashmir.
"The presence of India in Afghanistan is stunning for the world but it is busy there in completing its hawkish intentions under the supervision of America," The Nation quoted Baloch, as saying.
Blaming the spy agency of India, he said that it was involved in terrorist activities taking place in the country, which had created chaos in Pakistan.
"The hand of India in terrorist activities taking place in Punjab, Balochistan, Federally Administrated Tribal Areas (FATA) and North Western Frontier Province (NWFP) cannot be ruled out", he added.
Criticising the incumbent govt, he said that it had also several times admitted the involvement of Indian hands in the terror activities occurring in Pakistan, especially in Balochistan, but never dared to raise the issue internationally.
"The IGP Balochistan had provided enough evidence to the Interior Ministry fixing responsibility on India for poor law and order situation in the province" Baloch said. (ANI)